Los Angeles, CA, May 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Created in a recessive world where healthcare and money have the tendency to be whisked away regardless of the health of the individual, PT-Me is one answer. The need to work longer hours to make ends meet one pushes ones body to its limits. There is a need for people to receive good health advice now more than ever, especially in the realm of physical therapy that brings education, training, prevention, body mechanics, and exercise all in one package in place of, or conjunction with, medicine or other alternative treatments.
PT-Me was formed to assist the regular person who may be suffering with Back, Neck, or Shoulder pain and is unable to get advice from their 2-minute doctor appointment after waiting 2 hours in a crowded waiting room or unable to make their physical therapy appointments.
With technology’s help, PT-Me is reaching out to educate the layperson using content, pictures, professional illustrations, and videos via their smart phone and the Internet. Here you will be able to perform a self-assessment just as a therapist would during his evaluation. Then provides immediate treatment strategies to assist in alleviating your symptoms, just as a therapist would recommend.
Virtually the first of its kind, PT-Me allows a person to actually self-assess themselves before he or she attempt exercises they found in a sports magazine, from a trainer, or from their neighbor with no patient history or condition taken into account. PT-Me prides itself on being innovative and will revolutionize the way people treat themselves.
Brett Vecsey, PT who is a licensed physical therapist with over 13 years of clinical experience, developed PT-Me. Has worked all over the country after graduating from the prestigious private Physical Therapy College in Western New York named Daemen College. Now living and working in Los Angeles at a prominent hospital as a supervisor and student clinical instructor, Mr. Vecsey continues to see a full patient load while developing PT-Me in his personal time.
After his many years of spending extensive quality time with his patients, Mr. Vecsey realized he wanted to help more people and his skills have been bottled up with one patient at a time. With the drive and competence to bring his skills to the people left behind, he hopes to reach anyone who is not receiving the proper therapy information and care in this tough healthcare and financial world.
Technology is accessible and progressing so rapidly, this is the right time and is a great conduit for patients to learn about therapy and how to self-assess themselves, perform proper exercises, prevent injuries, etc.
Ones smart phone just became the next physical therapist giving easily understandable advice and recommendations without leaving the comfort of their office, home, airplane, movie set, coffee shop, etc.
The Android Smart phone application just launched and is available on the Google Android Market. Being in the initial launch phase allows for exclusivity to certain audiences by being the first to bring this new technology to the world.
With PT-Me as the forefront of this publication, Mr. Vecsey also offers his services as a resource for field trends in the profession of Physical Therapy and/or review of future article submission. As well as a Physical Therapist, Mr. Vecsey is also an inventor of a patented leg brace named the Vexiprop with production hopes in the next year.
Android Phone App
Based in Los Angeles, CA
Created January 2011
Launched May 6, 2011
Brett Vecsey, PT
Licensed Physical Therapist
Co-Owner and Writer